"A FEMA photographer taking pictures of Ground Zero wondered why so MANY steel beams were jutting from neighborhood buildings. What shot pieces of the towers all the way across the street?"
This documentary provides a detailed analysis of Fox News' daily programming and minute-by-minute breakdown of their regular scheduling. Commentary from Fox News' previously hired employees provides further insight to how stories are chosen, why they are chosen, and dissection of several different methods of delivering the story to the audience to invoke desired reactions.
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